Hyper-Realistic Paintings Look Like Huge Double-Exposure Photos

Armenian artist Tigran Tsitoghdzyan made these gigantic hyper-realistic paintings of women faces appearing magically through their hands. They emulate a photographic technique called double exposure, which combines two exposures of different things over the same film to make a single image.

Here some more of his work:

Tigran Tsitoghdzyan is an Armenian-born painter based currently in New York. He was awarded by different governmental organisations and foundations in Armenia and Russia. His paintings were included in the catalogues of the modern Armenian artists. You can follow him on his website and on Facebook.